How to use the backendless.setupDevice function in backendless

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few backendless examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

github Backendless / JS-SDK / examples / messaging-service / push-notification / ionic-2 / src / app / app.component.ts View on Github external
initPushNotification() {
    if (!this.platform.is('cordova')) {
      console.warn("Push notifications not initialized. Cordova is not available - Run in physical device");
      return;
    }

    Backendless.setupDevice({
      uuid: Device.uuid,
      platform: Device.platform,
      version: Device.version
    });

    let push = Push.init({
      android: {
        senderID: "YOUR_SENDER_ID"
      },
      ios: {
        alert: "true",
        badge: false,
        sound: "true"
      },
      windows: {}
    });
github Backendless / JS-SDK / examples / messaging-service / push-notification / react-native / app.js View on Github external
onRegister: function(device) {
    Backendless.setupDevice({
      uuid    : DeviceInfo.getUniqueID(),
      platform: device.os,
      version : DeviceInfo.getSystemVersion()
    });

    Backendless.Messaging.registerDevice(device.token).then(
      function() {
        alert("Registration done");
      },
      function() {
        alert("Oops. Something went wrong");
      }
    );
  },

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